Mountain lion tries breaking into California family's home
"He charged four times at the door," Nadine Young told ABC station KABC.
Trump fulfills campaign promise of recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital
In a shift in long-standing U.S. policy, the president announced the American Embassy will move to Jerusalem.
'A Murder on Orchard Street': The Family
Episode 5: A bump in the case brings the investigation to a screeching halt when a new witness steps forward, and another narrative takes shape.
Doctors, insurance companies and patient groups slam Graham-Cassidy
Insurance companies, doctors, patients, hospitals and other patient-provider groups are rallying together against the Graham-Cassidy plan, saying it could result in millions losing access to affordable health care and coverage. It’s not often you see these interest groups align, but the latest
With the clock ticking, Senate plans to vote on new Obamacare repeal bill next week
The Senate plans to vote on a bill that would repeal and replace Obamacare next week, amid uncertain support from lawmakers and opposition from medical groups and health insurers. “It is the Leader’s intention to consider Graham-Cassidy on the floor next week,” said McConnell Spokesman David Popp
Exclusive: UK Prime Minister Theresa May sits down with George Stephanopoulos
Hi everyone I'm on the Nevada lied in New York on the heels of breaking news this morning out of London terrorist attack on the subway there. A preview now of an exclusive in if you you are not going to want to mix. ABC news his own George Stephanopoulos is in London and he joins us live now having
'Motivated' podcast: 'Not all carbs are evil'
Here's what endocrinologist Dr. Rekha Kumar and nutritionist Maya Feller want you to know about balancing carbs and a healthy lifestyle.
Bachelorette forecast: Hometowns and heartbreak
ABC News' Brad Mielke, Melissa Griffin, Joi-Marie McKenzie and Emily Shapiro break down last night's episode.
Cosby trial juror considers case 'done,' 'settled'
One of the Bill Cosby trial jurors says the actor should not face a second trial.
Fact-checking President Donald Trump's address to a joint session of Congress
During his address to a joint session of Congress Tuesday night, President Donald Trump made a number of claims about a range of issues, including unemployment and immigration. Throughout the speech, a team of journalists from ABC News identified questionable statements and provided context, detail